TPC Wire & Cable Corp. to Exhibit at the ProMat Show in Chicago

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TPC will be exhibiting at the ProMat Show in Chicago March 21 – 24, 2011. They will join over 700 U.S. and International exhibiting companies in the manufacturing, distribution and supply chain industries. TPC supplies electrical and electronic wire, cable and connector assemblies for a wide range of applications in the Crane/Steel, Food and Beverage, Mining, Wood/Pulp/Paper and other abusive environment markets.

TPC Wire & Cable Corp. joins over 700 U.S. and International companies in the manufacturing, distribution and supply chain industries as they exhibit at the ProMat Show in Chicago March 21-24 at McCormick Place.

TPC’s solution based approach to providing high quality, high performance wire, cable and connectors is a perfect fit for the ProMat Show’s education and innovation focused expo and conference. ProMat is held every 2 years and strives to supply attendees with the best solutions the industry has to offer.

“Our high quality products prove time and time again, that it pays to find the right product for your application. When customers look at our cost value analysis reports, it’s an easy decision for them to make. If we don’t hear from a customer in a year – that’s a good thing! That means our product is holding up to their abusive environment and saving their company money,” comments Steve Michalski, President.

TPC Wire & Cable Corp. has been a member of the Material Handling Industry of America for nearly 2 years. This is their first time at ProMat. To register for ProMat, click here.

Superior performance is a function of construction, materials, and matching the right cable and/or accessory to the application. TPC provides high performance problem solving products, custom engineered products, and a dedicated team of sales professionals. Boasting a 96% on time delivery performance, TPC’s deep inventory levels allow for quick delivery.

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